The Hellebores are here! With their pale pink and pale, creamy white flowers they are making a statement in my winter garden.

Very spring-like here mixed with daffodils, all in a yellow pitcher

And here is THE book to buy for the best information on Hellebores:
Hellebores: A Comprehensive Guide” by Burrell & Tyler.
The authors just happen to own Pine Knot Farms in Clarkesville, Virginia where every February they host the “Hellebore Festival”. Hundreds of plants for sale, lots of information, and a beautiful day out in the countryside. 


  1. So pretty. I need to start planning a garden for "all" seasons – every year I think I'm going to do it – then….life happens! Thanks for sharing….

  2. Wow…..Hellebores, the only flower I kept in my recent garden clean out. Merci beaucoup for the book reference. I LOVE this flower. Libby, welcome to the South where this flower flourishes!

  3. Lovely post! I adore hellebore; they are the one plant that never lets me down. Off to plan a trip to Clarkesville.
    tIO x

  4. Very pretty! Thanks for my gardening lesson of the day

  5. I especially like your last photograph…the yellow vase with the pink Helleborous and yellow daffodils is absolutely charming. I still have to wait another 2 months for my helleborous to bloom. They are one of my most favorite flowers.

  6. Hi Libby,

    Thanks so much for leaving a comment. So glad you found your way to my blog and glad you will be following along. I enjoy so much receiving comments and cherish all of my visits.

    I am adding you to my blog roll and will send a friend request through FB.

    I took a peek into your shop…very nice! I love all the bright colors that the rugs come in. I

  7. Darling in that yellow vase.